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    The Astronomer. Oil on canvas (1668) 51.5 x 45.5 cm RF 1983-28

    40-03-03/43

    Alexandre et le medecin Philippe - Alexander the Great and the physician Philip, 1647 Oil on canvas,tondo, 99,5 cm across. NG 6576

    40-11-16/31

    Before the operation. Dr. Jules Emile Pean explains his new technique of artery-clamping. Oil on canvas (1887) 242 x 188 cm DO 1986-20

    40-12-07/43

    Burial chamber of "Man of Menton" from the caves of Balzi Rossi. Bones and soil around the skelleton showed an intense red color, caused by powder of ochre the corpse was sprinkled with. The skull was adorned with marine shells. Upper Palaeolithic

    03-03-03/54

    Two wooden heads (1st BCE), ex-voto, from the Gallo-Roman cult place at the source of the Seine River, St. Germain sur Seine, France.

    07-02-01/60

    Russia officially became a Christian nation with the conversion of Vladimir, Prince of Kiev, in 988. An orthodox mass in Byzantium, witnessed by Vladimir's envoys; the envoys report to the Prince. From the Radziwill Chronicle, page 59 v., 612 miniatures, 15th

    15-02-02/ 6

    Prince Rurik Rostislavich takes an oath on a cross held by a bishop; he receives permission to leave Kiev for Ovruch (1202); victory of Roman Mstislavich over the Coumans. He brings prisoners in covered wagons Page 237 v.,Radziwill Chronicle, 612 miniatures, 15th

    15-02-02/33

    Spanish nobles lead a riderless horse with Emperor Karl V's motto "Plus Ultra",in the funerary procession for Karl V held in Brussels in 1558. (The Emperor died in San Yuste and was buried in the Escorial, Spain) Book printed by Plantin-Moretus in Brussels.

    16-01-02/63

    Quipu or khipu - A system of knotted cords used by the Incas and its predecessor societies in the Andean region to store massive amounts of information important to their culture and civilization. Inca culture; Peru; 15th-16th century CE.

    18-01-02/18

    Sir Isaac Newton's study in Trinity College,Cambridge. his desk and chair;manuscripts,Napiers' Bones, a prism and other instruments.

    24-01-01/29

    Tower of Pisa, the high platform and two stone balls of approximately the same size as those used by Galilei for his experiments on the free fall. In the background the Cathedral of Pisa.

    24-01-02/36

    Paracelsus (Teophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim) (1493-1541), physician and philosopher. Contempory copy of a lost original. Oil on wood, 92 x 54 cm RF 1730

    26-01-02/22

    Louis Pasteur in his laboratory. The great French chemist and microbiologist discovered and developed various vaccines, among them that against rabies. 1885. Oil on canvas, 1,54 x 1,26 cm DO 1986-16

    26-03-05/47

    Gilded bronze weather vane (detail). Viking ship from Tingelsted, Norway; 12th century See also 30-01-10/58

    30-01-10/59

    Globe by Willem Jansz Blaeu, Amsterdam, after 1621. Detail: Indian Ocean

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    Zodiac,from the portolan of Admiral Coligny. Italian manuscript, MS.700/1602,fol.4 verso and 5 recto.

    32-01-02/30

    Heinrich Schliemann (1822–1890) was a German classical archaeologist, an advocate of the historical reality of places mentioned in the works of Homer, and an important excavator of Mycenaean sites, such as Troy, Mycenae and Tiryns. Photography from the 1891 publication of "Schliemann's Excarvations".

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    Technical drawing, Codex Madrid I, folio 157 recto.

    40-06-16/30

    Le docteur Georges Viau dans son cabinet dentaire, soignant Annette Roussel. Dr. Viau (1855-1939) was both dentist and art collector. Oil on canvas (1914) 107.5 x 138 cm R.F. 1977-396

    40-12-08/56

    Rotgelbe Wolke - Red and yellow cloud, from the series of "unpainted paintings" done secretly between 1938 and 1945 when the Nazis forbade Nolde to paint. PERMISSION TO PUBLISH MUST BE OBTAINED FROM THE EMIL NOLDE STIFTUNG,SEEBUELL,GERMANY.

    40-17-04/33

    The Mediterranean Sea and North Africa from a world map by Juan de la Cosa. Juan de la Cosa (1460-1510, Spanish cartographer, conquistador and explorer) took part in seven voyages to the New World. Detail of 03-08-03/7.

    03-08-03/ 9

    Chemist's pair of scales. Bronze, from Pompeii, Casa del Centenario.

    10-05-02/52

    Death of Archimedes (212 BCE). 18th century copy of a Roman mosaic.

    11-01-03/ 5

    Africanus of Monte Cassino teaching. From the medical texts of Hippocrates with the commentaries of Galen in the version of Constantinus Africanus of Monte Cassino. Paris, around 1306, Detail of 15-02-03/23 Codex 2315, folio 1 recto

    15-02-03/24

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